Ring of Honor (ROH) have announced their upcoming “Honor Club” streaming service and the details behind it, which includes the pricing and content availability.

To summarize, ROH have confirmed that the streaming service will run both pay-per-views and live events, with a monthly cost of $9.99 with 50% off live ROH PPVs or $99.99 for the year. They suggest, however, that fans purchase the ultimate annual VIP membership which will cost $119.99 for the 12 months and includes free access to the pay-per-views live.

With the launch imminent, stay tuned to Wrestling Rumors for more information on the streaming service.

The website also listed several points of explanation on the service as clarification for fans wanting more details.

Live Streaming & VOD

Ring of Honor will begin live streaming ROH On Tour events! Live events will also be accessible anytime as part of the VOD library which also includes complete access to the ROH TV Archive, and the VOD Vault containing historical events, compilations, interviews, and more. Standard Memberships will include a 50% discount on ROH’s major Pay Per Views when bought digitally, however, an Annual VIP Membership will include all Pay Per Views for FREE!

Exclusive Features

HonorClub memberships also include exclusive access to all ROH event ticket pre-sales and 15% off all ROH-branded products in the ROH Pro Shop, in addition to any other discounts or sales. Many fans have also asked about the ROH Forum, and even though there is a large world of social media, there is nothing like having an intimate ROH community to engage with. The ROH Forum returns as an exclusive to HonorClub members!

Pricing & Ringside Membership Rollover

Ringside Members will automatically become an HonorClub member until their subscription expires. At that time, previous members can decide how they would like to proceed with their HonorClub membership.  The various plans will include both monthly and annual options for the Standard Membership. Fans can choose whether they would like to pay $9.99 per month or a discounted $99.99 for the entire year. However, for the ultimate Ring of Honor experience, fans will have the option to purchase an Annual VIP membership for just $119.99. This package includes all of the wonderful features of the Standard Membership, but it also gives you free access to all ROH Pay Per Views!

How to access HonorClub

At initial launch, HonorClub will be available on your computer or personal device through ROHWrestling.com.
HonorClub will also be available through the new ROH App on Android and iOS, and channels on Roku, Apple TV, and Android TV as a Beta version for select fans. In an effort to provide fans with a quality user experience, these platforms will be tested thoroughly during this phase with an official launch coming very soon.
Below we have featured Tyler Black (Seth Rollins) & Jimmy Jacobs vs. Kevin Steen (Kevin Owens) & El Generico, a video ROH have just uploaded this week for Throwback Thursday.

Throwback Thursday: Tyler Black & Jimmy Jacobs vs Kevin Steen & El Generico

Will you be considering a purchase of HonorClub? Do you believe it is worth it?

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